• CES 2015 Update – Galaxy S6 Specs Leaked and It Could Appear At The CES!

    In an earlier post, we offered you a detailed coverage of all the major announcements that could be made at next months’ CES 2015 in Las Vegas. Well, needless to say, the rumor mill is starting to pick up steam the closer we get to January 6th and it is…

  • CES 2015 – What To Expect From The Biggest Electronics Show In The World

    It is that time of the year again. The worlds’ biggest consumer electronic show, or CES, is scheduled to kick-off in less than a month on January 6 in Las Vegas and as one would expect, there is no dearth of exciting new products that are going to be featured…

  • BrookStone launches Pillow with embedded Wireless Speakers

    CES 2013 – Want to listen music while you are on the bed dreaming about your girlfriend? Well, a new revolutionary pillow released by Brookstone has a set of speakers inside it. The pillow connects using a wireless transmitter and comes with the controls on the side – where you…

  • Sony’s Waterproof Walkman can let you enjoy music while swimming

    CES 2013 — You enjoy music while driving, cycling, riding and even during workouts, but how about while swimming ? Certainly there has been very less innovation on this particular aspect, but probably a waterproof music player might be a good idea. Well, we saw one such product in CES…

  • Targus Touch Pen can turn your Windows 8 desktop into touchscreen device

    CES, Las Vegas – Targus, the company known for making accessories has come up with a Touch Pen that can turn your Windows 8 desktop or a laptop into a touch screen device. The product was announced in CES, Las Vegas, which helps you to make use of the entire…

  • Samsung partnering with Google unveils e-Reader

    Samsung – South Korean electronic giant unveiled its first electronic book reader in to the market. Samsung being providing its first devices of such kind has got into the partnership with google books.

    The Wireless E-readers “E6” – a six-inch (15.2 centimeter) screen and the “E101” – with a 10-inch (25.4 centimeter) display was unveiled in the annual consumer electronics show (CES) in Las Vegas.